Skilled riders show off their stunts as crowds gather at 24th Copdock Motorcycle Show

Julian King and Ian Lea talk about custom bikes at the Copdock Motorcycle Show.

Julian King and Ian Lea talk about custom bikes at the Copdock Motorcycle Show. - Credit: Su Anderson

There was something for all motorcycle enthusiasts at Trinity Park over the weekend as a popular event returned for its 24th year.

The Copdock Motorcycle Show attracted hundreds of people to the showground in Ipswich today.

As well as featuring an under cover bike show with a variety of classes there was live music, real ale and a large number of traders’ stands.

Display teams and stunt riders also showed off their skills to the assembled crowds while guest of honour at this year’s event was Phil Read MBE, eight times world motorcycling champion.

Visitors also had the chance to win a 1975 Honda through a prize draw.


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Meanwhile owner’s clubs congregated in the club village and a custom marquee housed traders offering bespoke modifications to bikes.

The show was organised by the Copdock Classic Motorcycle Club and was its last big event of the year.

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